CIA leading US up garden path on N Korea?

By Gwynne Dyer “We were all wrong,” David Kay told the US Senate Armed Forces ...
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Chaos could rob Zim of tourism earnings

By Tafirenyika L Wekwa Makunike WHEN the people of Zimbabwe finally decide that the economy ...
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Soaring costs weigh down on housing projects

Eric Chiriga ALTHOUGH the property market remains the best hedge against inflation, escalating construction costs ...
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It’s no exaggeration, police are the worst

By Victor Z Mtau I READ these excerpts: “The Zimbabwe government itself is conceding liability ...
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New constitution should be starting point for Mkapa

By Eliphas Mukonoweshuro THE MDC has followed closely developments at the seventh African Union summit ...
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Mugabe’s mess doesn’t require British solution

By Jonathan Moyo IF there is one major outcome of last week’s eagerly anticipated Banjul ...
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Nkomo says flabbergasted by Mugabe

THE following is a letter written by the late Vice-President Joshua Nkomo to President Robert ...
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Shumba stories take glitter off your paper

By Charlote Bandah I HAVE held a lot of respect for the editorial policy of ...
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Difficult to reconcile memory of old Mugabe with this tyrant

WHEN I first met and interviewed Robert Mugabe, he was still the exiled leader of ...
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The monster that eats its own children

By Chido Makunike WE can learn a lot of things, other than the obvious ones, ...
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Thumbs up to Moyo and his media group

By Kudakwashe Marazanye I HEARTILY applaud Information minister Jonathan Moyo for his spirited effort to ...
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Obituary – Lupi scared even men with hair on their chests

By Bill Saidi LIKE most people, I thought Lupi Mushayakarara’s first name was either Zulu, ...
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Is there ‘hate speech’ in Zim?

Vincent Kahiya IN this age of political corr (more…) ...
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Mahoso gets muscle to lean on media

Dumisani Muleya THE Supreme Court ruling which last we (more…) ...
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Morgan Tsvangirai stays the course

By Lance Guma THE leader of Zimbabwe’s largest and strongest opposition, the Movement for Democratic ...
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